IMPORTANTE

IMPORTANTE >>> "Construccionismo social" no es una marca registrada ni comercial ni nada parecido. Los promotores de este blog no somos ni queremos ser "gurús" ni "introductores" ni "inventores" ni "abanderados" de nada. Creamos este espacio hace ya más de diez años con la única intención de que sirva para la difusión y el debate sobre el CS. Como dice Ken Gergen "El CS no pertenece a nadie...".

Tampoco tratamos, por supuesto, de "adoctrinar" a nadie...

20 mayo 2011

Summer Institute 2011

Summer Institute 2011:
Attractor and the Taos Institute are collaborating to bring you a summer institute on systemic and appreciative theory and practice

July 4-6, 2011

Come to Copenhagen and enjoy three days of networking, casual company, and serious learning.
www.attractor.dk/english/summer%20institute

For the third time running Attractor hosts a summer institute on systemic and appreciative theory and practice. This time with the TAOS Institute as partner. The venue is wonderful Copenhagen where leaders, consultants, and scholars rendezvous for key note speeches, workshops, and panel discussions.

The topics range from leadership, conversations, and communication to process consultation, project management, and entrepreneurship.

Speakers:
Currently we are expanding the list of inspirational speakers but the following have already confirmed their arrival.

Presenters from the Taos Institute:
  • Ken & Mary Gergen, founders of the TAOS Institute
  • John Shotter, ph.d. professor emeritus, University of New Hampshire
  • Sheila Mcnamee, Ph.D., Professor of Communication, University of New Hampshire
  • Gerald Monk, Dr., Department of Counseling and School Psychology, San Diego State University
  • Frank Barrett, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Management and Organization Behavior, Department of Systems Management, Naval Post Graduate Academy
  • Jacob Storch, Deputy Director in RMC Attractor
For details and registration information: www.attractor.dk/english/summer%20institute

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Puedes encontrar algunos de nuestros artículos y publicaciones en:

"What is Matter? Never Mind! What is Mind? No Matter!"

Calambur citado en Toulmin, Stephen (1990), Cosmópolis. Els transfondo de la modernidad. Barcelona: Península. Pág. 207.

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